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DX95 Fellowes Allergy UK Approved AeraMax DX95 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter £160.02 @ Amazon

£160.02 @ Amazon
Fellowes Allergy UK Approved AeraMax DX95 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter. Seems like a really good price for the large model £160.02 This might be useful for allergy and hay fever sufferers … Read More
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8m, 6d agoFound 8 months, 6 days ago
Fellowes Allergy UK Approved AeraMax DX95 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter.

Seems like a really good price for the large model £160.02

This might be useful for allergy and hay fever sufferers

Captures common airborne pollutants

Discover the Aeramax DX Range of Air Purifiers and start improving you and your family's health and well-being

The DX Range of Air Purifiers are proven to remove 99.97% of airborne pollutants as small as 0.3 microns, including dust, bacteria, germs and pollen, making them a great solution for relieving symptoms of hay fever, asthma, pet and other allergies.

Why should you use a Fellowes Air Purifier?

Allergens, dust, mould and chemicals all contribute to poor indoor air quality. Indoor air can be five to ten times more polluted than the air outside¹ and on average we spend up to 90% of our time indoors. This can make life particularly difficult for allergy sufferers.

Allergens are airborne, so it's important to purify the air around you. Make living with uncomfortable symptoms more manageable for you and your family with an Aeramax DX Air Purifier.

Fellowes Air purifiers are proud to have the 'Seal of Approval' from Allergy UK. When you see a product with this logo on it, you have the reassurance the product has been scientifically tested to prove it is efficient at reducing/removing allergens from the environment of allergy and asthma sufferers or the products have significantly reduced allergen/chemical content.

The DX Range of Air Purifiers can capture common airborne pollutants including:Dust and Dust MitesPollenAllergensPet DanderMouldOdoursSmokeBacteriaViruses

Filter process

The True HEPA Filter, meets the official HEPA standard, removing 99.97% of 0.3 micron particles. The True HEPA filter is further enhanced by the addition of Aerasafe antimicrobial treatment which offers protection from the growth of odour causing bacteria, mildew and fungi on the filter.

True HEPA filters are designed to capture very fine particles effectively, but they do not filter out gases and odour molecules. To filter out chemical vapours, cigarette and pet odours, it calls for the use of an activated carbon filter in addition to the True HEPA filter - the Fellowes DX Range has both.

The final part of the filter process is the PlasmaTRUE Technology. This creates an ionised field to help safely remove any remaining airborne pollutants, providing a filtration process like no other air purifier.

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#1
Hmm, I may give it a shot, some reviews say it doesn't always respond correctly, which would be annoying.
#2
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
#3
I just spent about 2 hours reading all the reviews. After weighing the positives and negatives the DX95 seems like a solid air purifier. Will be ordering one tonight

Edited By: bargains4us on Nov 13, 2016 17:00: edit
#4
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...

Is it available in the UK though?
#5
bargains4us
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
Is it available in the UK though?
Na, I just checked, it's on the US Amazon site. I'll have to look around, if not I'll go for another one, maybe from Electrolux or Whirpool
#6
MazingerZ
bargains4us
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
Is it available in the UK though?
Na, I just checked, it's on the US Amazon site. I'll have to look around, if not I'll go for another one, maybe from Electrolux or Whirpool

I just ordered the DX95!
#7
bargains4us
MazingerZ
bargains4us
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
Is it available in the UK though?
Na, I just checked, it's on the US Amazon site. I'll have to look around, if not I'll go for another one, maybe from Electrolux or Whirpool
I just ordered the DX95!
Let us know how it is thanks
#8
I bought one of these (although worked out slightly cheaper directly from the seller).

I'm very happy with it and you can see how much dust etc it takes out the air as I have vacuumed the filter a couple of times.

VonHaus True HEPA Air Purifier with Free 2 Year Warranty, Ioniser and Remote Control https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0117RZBS0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_RZkkybVD4F9BA
#9
I have 2 DX55s and i wouldn't ever be without them, far superior to the old 3M Filtrete ones i used to have. The key thing is that they use a tiny amount of electricity - 5w-15w most of the time.

Edited By: FlappyPappy on Nov 13, 2016 20:16
#10
MazingerZ
bargains4us
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
Is it available in the UK though?
Na, I just checked, it's on the US Amazon site. I'll have to look around, if not I'll go for another one, maybe from Electrolux or Whirpool

Don't Electrolux and Whirlpool make these tumble dryers that catch fire?
#11
FlappyPappy
I have 2 DX55s and i wouldn't ever be without them, far superior to the old 3M Filtrete ones i used to have. The key thing is that they use a tiny amount of electricity - 5w-15w most of the time.

Thanks for the heads up! Would you reckon the DX55 would be suitable for a 28m2 room? I ordered the DX95 but i'm thinking about cancelling it and going the the medium size one?
#12
Actually no. I just bought one of these 95's for the main room, my 55 seems to go 'red' on the air quality indicator to often for my liking so i am going to banish my main 55 to the bedroom.
#13
FlappyPappy
Actually no. I just bought one of these 95's for the main room, my 55 seems to go 'red' on the air quality indicator to often for my liking so i am going to banish my main 55 to the bedroom.

Perfect thanks, cant wait until I receive mine! Did you buy yours for an allergy? I bought it because I have a slight allergy to cats and we will be picking up our new kitten next week so I hope it will help.
#14
bargains4us
FlappyPappy
Actually no. I just bought one of these 95's for the main room, my 55 seems to go 'red' on the air quality indicator to often for my liking so i am going to banish my main 55 to the bedroom.
Perfect thanks, cant wait until I receive mine! Did you buy yours for an allergy? I bought it because I have a slight allergy to cats and we will be picking up our new kitten next week so I hope it will help.

Before getting them my nose used to run a Iot, but not any more. I live on a main road & want my clean air!
#15
InTheKnow444
MazingerZ
bargains4us
MazingerZ
Never mind, read more reviews. I'm looking at a Coway AP-1512HH, it's apparently one of the best air purifiers right now...
Is it available in the UK though?
Na, I just checked, it's on the US Amazon site. I'll have to look around, if not I'll go for another one, maybe from Electrolux or Whirpool
Don't Electrolux and Whirlpool make these tumble dryers that catch fire?

lol, I actually have one of them, waiting on whirlpool getting back to me about a new one to replace the 'firecatching' model
#16
I bought the DX55 earlier this year and found out that it came with a three year warranty.
#17
devilsadv0cate
I bought the DX55 earlier this year and found out that it came with a three year warranty.
How you getting on with yours?
#18
bargains4us
devilsadv0cate
I bought the DX55 earlier this year and found out that it came with a three year warranty.
How you getting on with yours?
Getting on fine thanks. I leave it on low overnight and then auto during the day for a bit. It's situated in the bedroom and we sleep much better since getting it. Hope you enjoy your purchase.

Edited By: devilsadv0cate on Nov 15, 2016 23:37

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